Category: tv reviews

5

Let Them Eat Cake

What do you get when you put comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders right in the middle of the debauchery of the Palace of Versailles in 1782?

0

Let’s Eat – Season 1

The only thing a 34-year-old independent divorcée cannot do by herself is to eat out, despite her habit of eating her stress out. That is until she begrudgingly befriends her floor neighbors, and embarks on a food journey that will break some hearts, but most of all bring friendship, joy and savory dishes to your soul.

1

Life on Mars

Life on Mars (BBC 1 2006-2007) was a brilliant show whose writers understood that great stories have a beginning, middle and definitive end. It’s premise is very simple, the situations that arise therein quite complex. It weaves together a few different genres in what seems like a police procedural as interpreted through literary magical realism.

6

Louie – Season 1

Louis C.K. stars as Louie, a stand-up comedian and a newly divorced father of two girls living in New York City, going through the daily situations people face in their lives.

1

Louie – Season 3

Unlike the past two seasons that veered with non-linear storylines and multiple situations, Season 3 focuses on Louis C.K.’s loneliness and how he deals with it.